To get out of cleaning a park as community service, Homer fakes his own death. When this results in the family's utilities being cut off, Marge puts pressure on him to reveal that he is alive. However, the spurious news of his "death" brings his long-lost mother - a hippie who is on the run from the law because of her activism against Mr. Burns - back to Springfield. Written by
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In the flashback of young Mona and young Homer. Young Mona tells young Homer that he is "Sweet enough" when young Homer wants more sugar in his breakfast cereal. In Snatch (2000) Brick Top tells Turkish that he is "Sweet enough" because doesn't have sugar in his tea. See more
Look at me, grandma. I'm a hippie. Peace, man. Groovy. Bomb vietnam! Four more years! Up with people.
Homer is seen sitting on the car bonnet looking at the stars in the night sky during the closing credits. See more
Composed by Walter Schumann See more